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As S&P issues warning on EFSF, Europe's bailout bazooka appears doomed.
Spielberg’s “The Adventures of Tintin” charms Europeans, and stirs some controversy, ahead of its US release.
After no fewer than thirteen summits, has Europe finally solved its sovereign debt crisis? Maybe not.
European leaders to press Italy to speed up the reduction of its debt.
With all the talk of blood diamonds, Antwerp remains a go-to spot for the polished stones.
Once Europe’s bloodbath, the region offers heritage, scenery and a post-war edge.
A political crisis nearly splits the country. More evidence Belgium’s politics are the world’s oddest.
Five young refugees compete to prove their attachment to the Netherlands.
Alliance foresees victory in its mission to aid Libya's people.
While police kept an eye on Europe's extreme right, the Norway shooter left organized politics.
But markets may have a different response as analysts delve into the details.
While Europe has more troops, the United States has invested in military infrastructure.
Serbia's capital sells its hedonistic charms, but tourism authorities are glad bachelor parties have stayed away.
The proposed ban on allowing foreigners to purchase cannabis will increase crime, Amsterdam officials say.
Flemish parties allow debate on a bill offering amnesty to World War II collaborators.
With a clear majority, incoming Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho should be able to implement strict austerity measures.
Will the far left steal enough votes from mainstream parties to put Portuguese austerity package in doubt?
Spain has competition from Italy, Belgium for "next domino" status.
Hoteliers invest in boutique properties along the Alentejo coast, despite Portugal's economic woes.
Anti-EU parties gain ground as Portugal negotiates a $113 billion bailout.